CNC Programming Basics: A Primer for Skills VICA by Steve Krar, Arthur Gill

By Steve Krar, Arthur Gill

Covers the fundamental CNC ideas. offers precise factors of every step within the programming and turning a component. provides fabric in an easy-to-understand and logical demeanour. Explains the practise of a software in a step by step process. makes use of sensible examples to lead the scholar.

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R Plane or Gage Height The word-address letter R refers to a partial retraction point in the Z axis to which the end of the cutter retracts above the work surface to allow safe table movement in the X Y axes. It is often called the rapid-traverse distance, gage height, retract or work plane. 100 in. above the highest surface of the workpiece, Fig. 22, which is also known as gage height. 100 in. 100 in. will automatically be added to the depth programmed. 100 in. thick gage on top of the highest surface of the workpiece.

Bench-top machines are relatively inexpensive and ideal for teaching basic CNC programming. Vertical machining centers and turning centers are the most common CNC machines used in industry. For teaching purposes, two types of CNC Bench-Top machines, the lathe and the mill, will be used because they use the same basic programming features and the Fanuc compatible controls as industrial machines. Most of the G and M codes are the same for CNC Bench-top teaching machines and industrial machines. Since programming codes do vary slightly with manufacturers, it is always wise to consult the programming manual for each specific machine to avoid crashes or scrap work.

875 large end of taper. 800 length that taper is cut. 925 diameter. 050 length. 050 past the diameter of the part. 100 (tool back to tool reference point) G00 rapid traverse mode. 005 G72 finish turn cycle. 005 per revolution. 500 G00 rapid traverse mode. 500 machine home position. N110 M30 M30 end of program % Rewind code. 42 Industrial Press, Inc. TEXTBOOK ADOPTION Technical and Reference Publishers for Industry and Education Faculty Members For an examination copy of one of our textbooks for course adoption, please include the following information on school letterhead: Course title and number Department name Date course will be taught Anticipated enrollment Please mail, fax or e-mail your request to: Marketing Director Industrial Press, Inc.

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